Bumblebees and Bird Houses
This survey is to gather some information about the prevalence of bumblebees using bird houses for their colonies. If you have had bumblebees in your boxes, either this year, or in the past, please let me know! Please answer to the best of your ability. If you can't answer each question, that's ok! Any information is appreciated.

If you have pictures or questions, feel free to email them to me at dnarango@udel.edu

Name *
Your answer
Location *
Your answer
Email *
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Is it ok if I contact you for additional info? *
Bumblebee in nest box
Where was the bumblebee nest? *
Was it in a wooden bird house, ceramic bird house, natural tree cavity, or other location? Please describe
Your answer
When did you first observe a bumblebee nest? *
approximate or exact date (mm/dd/yyyy)
Your answer
Was this before, during or after a completed bird nest? *
Do you know what bird species was using the box? *
If you're not sure, feel free to send me a picture of the bird or nest
Your answer
How active was the bee colony? *
Check all that you observed in your nest box. If you removed the bee nest after the first observation, please indicate that in other
bumblebee honey pot, usually embedded within the nest
a bumblebee nest taken over by waxworms
Do you have pictures of the nest/bee colony/bee species?
If you do, great! Please email them to dnarango@udel.edu
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